Because sometimes settling down takes more than a dark room and chamomile tea.
Because sometimes you need to cool down from within.
Because you shouldn't have to suffer through class.
Prepare yourself for deep, restful sleep with this 10-minute sequence that helps you release all the places you didn't even realize were tense.
Anxiety coach Amanda Higgins shows us how to find peace in our own narratives; Maria Margolies turns to the holistic universe to invite in grace and love.
In the hustle and rush of your morning routine, take time for a yoga session with a taste of India.
We're stronger together.
Yes, the most chaotic place on the planet is exactly the right place for yoga.
You can fit it in anywhere.
Loosen up those tight hips—and let go of whatever you’re holding onto—with this short sequence.
This festive event has a history and culture as colorful as you might imagine.
You can feel when you need a vacation. Tuning in to your energy—and our destination guide—can offer you the ultimate in rest and renewal.
These ideas remind us that it doesn't have to be complicated.
The new year brings endless possibilities for change—on and off the mat.
A challenging arm balance, Parsva Bakasana can help you build a better sense of balance, greater upper-body strength—and stronger confidence.
Use these tips to help cultivate calm or reset your emotions next time you find holiday stress getting in your way.
It's time to bundle up.
This breath-centric meditation calls on the power of the moon to heal your body, nourish your energy, and create a deep sense of ease.
Upavistha Konasana is a calming pose that stretches the upper body and legs.
Dance with cosmic energy in this challenging yet graceful balancing pose that relies on equal parts effort and ease.
Pincha Mayurasana tones your arms and shoulders, and is a good pose to balance in before practicing an unsupported Handstand.
Marichyasana III, a seated twist, helps with spine mobility and strengthening your back muscles.
Prasarita Padottanasana, a forward bend, offers relief to your chest, legs and head.
Work consciously to ground through your hands and feet in Parsvottanasana to encourage balance and body awareness—and help inspire confidence.
Chaturanga Dandasana is not merely a push-up. This pivotal yoga pose is instrumental to your practice—and requires you to summon strength throughout your body.
An arm balance targeting full-body strength, Purvottanasana is the ideal counterpose to the countless Chaturangas you've done in your lifetime.
YJ contributors share how they move through changes in their own lives.